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By James Hough
In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v., the Supreme Court resolved a longstanding circuit split by unanimously holding a copyright owner of a United States work
By Kathleen C. Ryan
On March 4, 2019, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) on residential property assessed clean energy financing (PACE financing).
By John Carlin, David Newman, Peter Carey, Alex Iftimie
In another indication of the U.S. Department of Justice's increased focus on the Foreign Agents Registration Act, Assistant Attorney General John Demers announced yesterday that the Department is overhauling its FARA...
By J. Alex Ward, Lauren Horneffer
In the ever-evolving False Claims Act (FCA) arena, the Government told the court that it intends to move to dismiss a whistleblower suit against United Health Group's Executive Health Resources, Inc.
By Tim Kline
The California Environmental Protection Agency directs some of the most important environmental agencies in the state.
By Kevin P. Mullen, Damien C. Specht, Sandeep Nandivada
During next week's ABA Federal Procurement Institute, March 13-16, 2019 in Annapolis, MD, three Morrison & Foerster Government Contracts attorneys will be participating.
By Morrison & Foerster LLP
The FDIC announced a "comprehensive review [of its] regulatory approach to brokered deposits and interest rate caps" for banks that are not "well-capitalized" with the release of an APNR.
By Howard Morris, Sonya Van De Graaff, Edward Downer
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales ("CA") made a significant ruling on two matters affecting the powers and duties of directors of English companies.
By David Lynn, John T. Owen, Dylan Naughton
On February 19, 2019, the SEC proposed a rule and related amendments under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), that would permit issuers to engage ...
By Locke Bell, Victoria Dalcourt
The most common question we hear from clients about the recent boom in the Department of Defense's spending on other transactions, or OTs, is a simple one:
By James Tucker
In the National Defense Authorization Acts for 2017 and 2018, Congress required the Department of Defense (DOD) to implement certain reforms for issuing and definitizing Undefinitized Contract Actions (UCAs).
By Susannah Cupp, Geoffrey Peck, Jeffrey J. Temple, Mark S. Edelstein
Lenders risk losing collateral and credit support and other adverse results if provisions in new loan documents restricting merger and sale of assets are not properly drafted following a recent change
By Craig Fields, Mitchell Newmark
The New Jersey Tax Court held yesterday in a precedential published opinion that a royalty payor was not required to add back any portion of the royalties
By James Tucker
This month's selection of bid protests includes discussion of: (1) a successful challenge to a subcontracting restriction in the General Services Administration's OASIS solicitation;
By Lloyd Harmetz, Jeremy Jennings-Mares, Peter Green, Tadashi Okamoto, James Schwartz
In a January 2019 interpretative letter, the Financial Industry Authority (FINRA) provided guidance to a registered broker-dealer as to the use of pre-inception index performance (PIP) data ...
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